Daily Reviews for October 1

Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866MHz 8GB Kit Review @ Pro-Clockers

The new Dominators boast new heat spreaders and newer ICs that should result in some nice performance. The series consist of kits ranging from 8GB to 64GB with frequencies from 1600MHz to an incredible hand-tested 2666MHz. We got our hot little hands on a 8GB kit of 1866MHz modules, so we are excited to get to the test phase of this review.

Patriot Memory 32GB Supersonic Rage XT USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps

In this review we will look upon another high performance USB 3.0 flash drive from Patriot Memory, named Supersonic Rage XT, the 32GB variant. In the performed benchmarks, the product succeeded to beat all previously tested USB 3.0 drives regarding read speeds, the write ones being also very good and close to the ones reported by Patriot Memory.

Antec One Mid-Tower Case Review @ Bigbruin.com

Some of the finer features of the Antec One mid-tower case include the two 120mm exhaust fans, tool-less drive installation, power supply intake filter, power supply anti-vibration feet, large CPU bracket cut-out, and plenty of options for cable routing. This is all offered without the premium price that enthusiast cases typically have.

Biostar Hi-Fi Z77X Intel ATX Motherboard @ Benchmark Reviews

The latest chipset from Intel, the Z77, has been around for a little while now and has certainly spurred a lot of interest by aftermarket motherboard manufacturers. Little actually changed between the Z68 chipset and the Z77 chipset. Z77 added Smart connect to let you receive emails while your computer is asleep and Rapid Start to speed up boot times. With so little changing, it is up to the manufacturers to pack their motherboards so full of features that they stand out above the rest of the competition. That is exactly what Biostar has done with the Hi-Fi Z77X.

Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 Flex Edition 1GB Video Card Review @ Tweaktown

The Flex Edition series of video cards from Sapphire was a series that I wasn't sure would ever take off. To be honest, from a sales point of view, I have no idea how they've done, but they're obviously doing okay for Sapphire, as they continue to release more and more models under the Flex Edition name.

AMD A10-5800K Trinity Desktop APU w/ Socket FM2 Performance Preview @ Legit Reviews

AMD is allowing us to post a preview article up on the 2nd generation AMD A-Series APU that was formerly codenamed "Trinity". AMD says this new APU offers improvements across the board when compared to the previous generation thanks to the new "Piledriver" CPU cores and AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series graphics technology. Read on to see how this new APU performs when we put it to the test in some game titles!

Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 Gaming Case Review @ Ninjalane

The Scout 2 looks great and the installation is improved in every way. Gone is the cramped space and limited cooling options. In place of that is a solid mid-tower design with the potential to run with the popular full-tower cases with a attractive price.